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am trying to write a c++ program that does the following: 1.reads five decimal numbers into a file "input.txt" 2.writes the five numbers from the file into an ouput file "output.txt" 3. calculates the sum of the five decimal numbers. 4. calculates the average of the five decimal numbers. 5. writes the sum and average into the file "output.txt" help this extremely urgent....i can do the calculations its just the i/o stuff,

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    Lol wrong section - this is mathematics.... but ill help a bit anyway. Before I start, do you know for sure the file format is in decimals?

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    and are you not worried about finding the wrong file oir anything?

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    but if I were you, I'd do something along the lines of string name; // get file name ifstream ifs(name.c_str()); // do stuff (get ints out, do operations) string oname; ofstream ofs(oname.c_str(); // put ints in

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    thanks but am even more confused..

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